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As you know I'm an expert on this. OK, when somebody says something, just take the last part of their sentence and reiterate it as a question. Example: Are you going to Nashville? Then you say: Nashville? other person says: Yeah I'm going for the weekend. You say: weekend? other person says: Yeah you know Saturday and Sunday. You say: Saturday and Sunday? Trust me, it's annoying as hell but funny too. Funny too?
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[quote]Originally posted by TheWewus: [b]As you know I'm an expert on this. OK, when somebody says something, just take the last part of their sentence and reiterate it as a question. Example: Are you going to Nashville? Then you say: Nashville?[/b][/quote]did you steal the idea for this thread from someone who stole it from someone else?
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Hey Tedster: You can also do the chicken sound on a guitar. Buck, buck, bucky. You know what I'm talking about, it's a rhythmn thing. I once spent an entire day inserting that into every song I practiced with my guitar playing partner. I don't know why that's so funny but it is.
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Actually, tacking the "Shave and a haircut" melody onto the end of every song at rehersal is extremely annoying. I wanted to shoot a guitarist I know for doing this once.
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